Great Things to Use as Piggy Banks
- Oatmeal Containers. An old-fashioned container of oatmeal can make for a great, shatter-proof piggy bank.
- Soda Bottles.
- Large Yogurt Containers.
- Bleach Bottles/Milk Cartons.
- Coffee Tins.
How do you make a piggy bank at home?
To make a piggy bank, start by gluing a piece of paper around a toilet roll. Fold the excess paper into the ends of the roll. Then, cut 2 circles, 2 triangle shapes for ears, and an oval and small rectangle for the nose out of cardstock. Attach the circles to each end of the roll with glue.
How do you make a large piggy bank?
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How do you break a piggy bank?
Wrap the piggy bank in a thick towel completely and place the bank on a hard surface such as a kitchen table. Strike the top of the piggy bank once with a hammer. Unwrap the towel from the piggy bank and carefully remove the shards and throw them away, leaving only the change in the towel.